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i accidentally deleted my pics from my camera,i know theres a way to get them back but how?? does anyone know how to get them back???? I need software for mac that will help recover what i have on my memory card.
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Do not reformat the card!

*EDIT: Okay...just wanted to get that in first. I can't recommend any software in particular, but a google search for picture recovery program should do the trick...there are several.

Did you delete them on your computer screen? If so, they may be in the trash.
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Do not reformat the card!

*EDIT: Okay...just wanted to get that in first. I can't recommend any software in particular, but a google search for picture recovery program should do the trick...there are several.

Did you delete them on your computer screen? If so, they may be in the trash.
from my camera not computer?
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I don't know how hard it is to use but you can try PhotoRec,
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Download the demo first and when it can recover the files you can buy a license. I know, it's expensive but if the pictures are irreplaceable…

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Also worth a try is this brilliant program. It worked when my wife's XD card corrupted:

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from my camera not computer?
I mean, was the camera linked to your computer and where you browsing the images on the camera's card through the finder on your computer. When I delete images from my camera I do it through the computer after I dump the images. Once I verify that the images did copy onto the computer I then reformat the card.
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